Jasper Van Assche
Jasper Van Assche
Université Libre de Bruxelles; Ghent University
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Does psychological need satisfaction matter when environmental or financial safety are at risk?
B Chen, J Van Assche, M Vansteenkiste, B Soenens, W Beyers
Journal of Happiness Studies 16 (3), 745-766, 2015
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, HHV Nguyen, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (44), e2203150119, 2022
Diversity and out-group attitudes in the Netherlands: The role of authoritarianism and social threat in the neighbourhood
J Van Assche, A Roets, K Dhont, A Van Hiel
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (9), 1414-1430, 2014
Are the benefits of autonomy satisfaction and the costs of autonomy frustration dependent on individuals' autonomy strength?
J Van Assche, J van der Kaap‐Deeder, E Audenaert, M De Schryver, ...
Journal of personality 86 (6), 1017-1036, 2018
Broadening the individual differences lens on party support and voting behavior: Cynicism and prejudice as relevant attitudes referring to modern‐day political alignments
J Van Assche, A Van Hiel, K Dhont, A Roets
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (1), 190-199, 2019
The happiness gap between conservatives and liberals depends on country-level threat: A worldwide multilevel study
E Onraet, J Van Assche, A Roets, T Haesevoets, A Van Hiel
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (1), 11-19, 2017
The association between actual and perceived ethnic diversity: The moderating role of authoritarianism and implications for outgroup threat, anxiety, and mistrust
J Van Assche, A Roets, K Dhont, A Van Hiel
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (7), 807-817, 2016
To punish or to assist? Divergent reactions to ingroup and outgroup members disobeying social distancing
J Van Assche, E Politi, P Van Dessel, K Phalet
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (3), 594-606, 2020
The social‐psychological bases of far‐right support in Europe and the United States
J Van Assche, K Dhont, TF Pettigrew
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 29 (5), 385-401, 2019
No man is an island: Psychological underpinnings of prosociality in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak
E Politi, J Van Assche, GV Caprara, K Phalet
Personality and Individual Differences 171, 110534, 2021
The diversity challenge for high and low authoritarians: Multilevel and longitudinal effects through intergroup contact and threat
J Van Assche, F Asbrock, K Dhont, A Roets
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (8), 1163-1179, 2018
Ethnic diversity and support for populist parties: The “right” road through political cynicism and lack of trust.
J Van Assche, K Dhont, A Van Hiel, A Roets
Social Psychology 49 (3), 182, 2018
The Mobilizing Effect of Right‐Wing Ideological Climates: Cross‐Level Interaction Effects on Different Types of Outgroup Attitudes
J Van Assche, A Roets, J De keersmaecker, A Van Hiel
Political Psychology, 2016
Need for closure effects on affective and cognitive responses to culture fusion
J De Keersmaecker, J Van Assche, A Roets
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 47 (10), 1294-1306, 2016
Religiosity or ideology? On the individual differences predictors of sexism
J Van Assche, Y Koç, A Roets
Personality and Individual Differences 139, 191-197, 2019
Can education change the world? Education amplifies differences in liberalization values and innovation between developed and developing countries
A Van Hiel, J Van Assche, D De Cremer, E Onraet, D Bostyn, ...
PLoS One 13 (6), e0199560, 2018
The impact of COVID-19 on the majority population, ethno-racial minorities, and immigrants
E Politi, A Lüders, S Sankaran, J Anderson, J Van Assche, ...
European Psychologist, 2022
Need for closure and perceived threat as bases of right-wing authoritarianism: A longitudinal moderation approach
J De Keersmaecker, A Roets, K Dhont, J Van Assche, E Onraet, ...
Social cognition 35 (4), 433-449, 2017
De keersmaecker, J., & Van Hiel, A.(2017). The mobilizing effect of right-wing ideological climates: Cross-level interaction effects on different types of outgroup attitudes
J Van Assche, A Roets
Political Psychology 38 (5), 757-776, 0
Intergroup threat and affective polarization in a multi-party system
EA Renström, H Bäck, R Carroll
The Journal of Social and Political Psychology 9 (2), 553-576, 2021
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